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Design of the morning sun simulator
Suský, Stanislav ; Krbal, Michal (referee) ; Štěpánek, Jaroslav (advisor)
This work deals with the introduction of the influence of electromagnetic radiation on circadian rhythms and their influence on the organism. The work describes circadian rhythms and their influence on the organism, the location and description of functions of important organs and the influence of electromagnetic radiation on these organs. There are described light sources and their influence on circadian rhythms.
Measurement of photometric parameters of light sources for interactive panel
Vágner, Richard ; Štěpánek, Jaroslav (referee) ; Škoda, Jan (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with measurment of various photometric parameters of light sources designated for interactive board located in the Laboratory of Light VUT FEKT. There is described procedure and processing of photometric and electrical parameters of light sources (incandescent light bulbs, halogen lamps, compact fluorescent lamps, fluorescent tubes and LED lamps). Also there is presented processing method of designing cards that will contain mentioned parameters.
Photobiological safety evaluation of light sources for household use
Jelínek, Jakub ; Motyčka, Martin (referee) ; Štěpánek, Jaroslav (advisor)
This thesis deals with the photobiological safety of light sources used for household lighting. The theoretical part of the thesis is devoted to areas related to photobiological safety, such as the basic description of vision functions, the description of light sources, as well as methods of measurement and evaluation. In the practical part, the spectrum of individual light sources is measured, from which the irradiance limits are calculated, according to which the source is assigned to the appropriate group of hazards.
Illumination with respect to biological functions
Němec, Jiří ; Štěpánek, Jaroslav (referee) ; Baxant, Petr (advisor)
The paper summarizes the basic light-technical parameters, the principles of visual and non-visual photoreceptions and the effects of light on the organism. Several chapters focus on the mechanism by which light affects hormone levels and the circadian rhytm of the organism. In relation to the lighting system, the impact of electromagnetic radiation, associated with the controls, on the body is also considered. Briefly described are systems based on smart LED light sources or smart switches. The result of the thesis is to choose the solution that best suits the requirements of the contracting authority.
Design of lighting system in high school
Borůvka, Jan ; Štěpánek, Jaroslav (referee) ; Škoda, Jan (advisor)
The theoretical part is focused on lights, notions and calculations in the area of light technology, basic lightning sources and lamps. This work is also about the principle of lightning measuring. The main aim of the work is design of a new artificial lightning system in a High school agriculture in Prerov. At first, the control measuring of existing lightning was done which is mentioned in this work. From the results of control measuring is clear, that existing lighting system in classroom does not suit requirements, which are mentioned in the valid technical norm. Design of a new lightning system meets the requirements in all of the rooms in the building of school. Design of lightning system was done in two variants. The first variant uses lamps with fluorescent tube light sources. The second variant uses lamps with LED light sources. Also is here evaluated financial difficulty of possible installation and comparation of each variants with respect energetic difficulty.
Design of railway station lighting
Hána, František ; Bátora, Branislav (referee) ; Štěpánek, Jaroslav (advisor)
The thesis pursue the design and calculation of illumination at Šternberk railway station. Components of this thesis are sizing and securing of supply cables, design and documentation of NN cable trains, comparison of current and proposed status in terms of energetical intensity, list of sampled work and financial costs of implementation.
Street Lighting Control
Kořenek, Jan ; Krbal, Michal (referee) ; Štěpánek, Jaroslav (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals in a theoretical part with the origin of the light, his features and lighttechnical quantities. There are also characterized light sources, which are currently most used to control street lighting. There are further described basics of the street light and currently most used ways of street lighting control. Further part of this thesis is focused on practical control of different types of light sources and monitoring their parameters, such as luminous flux, power, efficiency or correlated colour temperature during voltage reduction. These light sources are high pressure sodium lamps, halogenid lamp, fluorescent lamp and high pressure mercury lamp. Main conclusion from measurements are several cross characteristics, where is possible to monitor behavior of the parameters during voltage reduction. The last part concerned about practical street lighting control in Bezděkov, which is a village located near Havlíčkův Brod. There was connected the dimmer. On the street was created net of points according to the standard. In these points were measured illuminance for voltage 230 V and then for lower voltages 210 V and 190 V. These values were processed and average and minimum value was compared with the value defined in the standard.
Development of laboratory samples for wireless transmission of electric power based on the magnetic induction
Kopečný, David ; Štěpánek, Jaroslav (referee) ; Krbal, Michal (advisor)
The aim of the thesis is to collect the information about wireless transmission by using magnetic induction and about the current solutions of wireless applications in practice. The thesis includes theoretical basis and information about the current state of wireless power applications. This thesis is also focused on physical principle and draft of possible technical solution. On top of that, it also contains the information from some legislative and hygienic regulations. The second aim is draft of laboratory equipment on the base of gained information and its implementation for purpose of teaching and measuring. For this part was chosen topology of circuit and the specifications of resonance circuits. It resulted in producing a preparation, which consists of the exciter, primary circuit, secondary circuit and a module for measuring. The third aim is to take a measurement on this product and evaluation of characteristic from point of view of efficiency. Measured data were integrated into characteristics. The efficiency of transfer was measured depending on distance and used load. At the same time was also observed work frequency of product. Furthemore, another laboratory product was measured, in which was reached the efficiency more than 51%. The thesis is divided into four main chapters, which can be thematically named as follows: the information, the theory, the draft and the measurement. The first two chapters deal with the theory and characterization of technologies of already applied systems mainly from transport. The following two chapters contain the description of proposal of the product and the very measuring of the efficiency.
Lighting system reconstruction in the Sokol hall
Kattauer, Jakub ; Štěpánek, Jaroslav (referee) ; Škoda, Jan (advisor)
The thesis is focused on the problems of illumination of interior space, especially in object in Moravský Písek. The thesis is divided into two parts, where the first part deals in general with the basic quantities and terms which are used in illumination systems. Further, it is about general properties of lights and about general terms of illumination of interiors. The second part is only practical character. At the beginning, there is used manual measurement and modelling to evaluate initial state in program Relux. The measurement is not met in terms of standards. Thanks to the municipal council of Moravský Písek a new lighting system is created, which fully respects the valid normative regulations. Installation of control system of lighting is integrated to proposal, which would result in lower consumption, greater user comfort and greater versatility in the possible use of the object. In the end, there is financial evaluation of illuminating system and comparison classical with led technology.
Thermal Properties of Automotive Light Sources
Halbich, Adam ; Štěpánek, Jaroslav (referee) ; Baxant, Petr (advisor)
The goal of this thesis was to process theoretical basis required for better understanding the matters of thermal simulations, to perform particular simulation and its debugging according to the measurement on actual sample. Theoretical part focuses on the variety of the automotive light sources, then kinds of heat transfer, thermal simulations and possibilities of measurement and results verifying. Practical approach was consisted of reverse engineering of particular light source and building its 3D model. In consequence, the characterization of the material properties was made. At the end the thermal simulation of designed 3D model was performed and the optimalization according to realized measurement was implemented.

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